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A beam of pions is incident on a proton target, giving rise to the process
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» Nuclear and Particle Physics » Elementary Particles and Quantum Numbers » Isospin
Appeared in Year: 2011
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Using Isospin symmetry, the cross – section for the above process can be related to that of the process –
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» Nuclear and Particle Physics » Elementary Particles and Quantum Numbers » Isospin
Appeared in Year: 2011
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Assuming that the decay process through strong interactions, the total Isospin and its third component for the decay products, are –
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Question number: 376
» Classical Mechanics » Special Theory of Relativity » Relativistic Kinematics
Appeared in Year: 2011
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A planet of mass m moves in the inverse square central force field of the Sun of mass M. If the semi – major and semi – minor axes of the orbit are and , respectively, the total energy of the planet is: (December)
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Question number: 377
» Electromagnetic Theory » Scalar and Vector Potentials
Appeared in Year: 2011
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The Lagrangian of a particle of charge and mass m in applied electric and magnetic field is given by , where and are the vector and scalar potentials corresponding to the magnetic and electric fields, respectively. Which of the following statement is correct? (June)
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a.  Under a gauge transformation of the potentials, L changes by the total time derivative of a function of and . 

b.  The canonically conjugate momentum of the particle is given by 

c.  L remains unchanged under a gauge transformation of the potentials 

d.  The Hamiltonian of the particle is given by 
